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    One year of War: Russian offensive begins as Ukraine War escalates

    One year on, not only is the war far from over, it is clearly escalating with the possibility of becoming a much wider conflict. Tom Crean, ISA International Executive (This article was first published on 23 February 2023) The horrific war in Ukra...

    Ukraine: A turning point in the war?

    Do the Ukrainian offensives around Kharkiv and in the south mean that the nature of the war has changed? How much pressure are Putin and the Russian troops under? What will be the effect on the global economy and political situation? Per-Åke Westerl...

    Sweden & Finland: No to NATO!

    Policy coup for capitalist and imperialist interests Per Olsson, Rattvisepartiet Socialisterna (ISA in Sweden) (This article was first published on 19 May 2022) In an undemocratic, coup-like manner and with the help of a cynical “shock doctrine”, ...

    ISA International Committee statement: War in Ukraine, the new era and the crisis of capitalism

    The statement below on the war in Ukraine and its implications for the manifold crises of global capitalism was discussed, debated, amended and approved unanimously at a meeting of the International Committee of ISA — our international leadership ele...

    Food crisis: Global revolt against prices hikes in the making

    Impact of war in Ukraine sees food inflation soar Per Olsson, Rattvisepartiet Socialisterna (ISA in Sweden) Global food prices are rising at a record pace and the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) is predicting even steeper price increases...

    Why socialists oppose Western military intervention?

    Andy Moxley, Socialist Alternative (ISA in the United States) ISA condemns the bloody Russian invasion of Ukraine, which has already displaced millions and killed or wounded thousands, and demands the withdrawal of Russian troops immediately. This...

    Poland: As millions of refugees flee war in Ukraine, we demand action not charity

    It is only thanks to the massive outpouring of solidarity with the refugees on the part of ordinary Poles that a humanitarian tragedy has so far been avoided in Poland.

    War update: Into week 4 of Putin’s war

    Destruction, negotiations and economic turmoil Per Olsson, Rattvisepartiet Socialisterna (ISA in Sweden) The Putin regime’s war against Ukraine has entered its fourth week, and the number of victims is growing. Despite repeated talks and a number o...

    War update: A war that is changing the world

    With no interest in national and ethnic division, and every interest in putting people and the planet first, the working class can lead a struggle to end war and imperialism, and open a new era of workers’ unity and socialism.

    War in Ukraine: 6 questions and 6 socialist answers

    For socialists, even in war, the starting point is always what benefits workers, the poor and ordinary people. The best traditions of the labour movement are to resist war and militarism, to have an independent line — not to ally with the right, capital and the state.

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    Lenin: His Legacy 100 Years After His Death

    The Russian revolutionary leader Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, better known as Lenin, died on 21 January 1924 — 100 years ago. The party he led, known as t...

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